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Legislators passed a bill this spring to provide $500 million in bonus checks to workers who had to report to their jobs during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic and put themselves at greater risk than those who were able to work remotely.
The order, issued Wednesday, Sept. 28, intends to provide "relief from certain regulations for drivers and carriers transporting HPAI emergency equipment and supplies to help mitigate the impacts and limit the spread of HPAI in Minnesota." Walz previously issued similar executive orders in March and April.
All but one of the Democratic-Farmer-Labor candidates for statewide office have maintained a fundraising edge in the 2022 campaign.
“This memorial stands in symbolic defense of not only our Capitol, but also the state and nation," Kraemer said.
Minnesota set its current goals in 2007 when the state adopted the bipartisan Next Generation Energy Act, which called for an 80% reduction in 2005-level emissions by 2050.
“In Minnesota, it's a protected constitutional right, and no governor can change that,” said Jensen, a Chaska family practice physician. A pro-abortion rights doctors group said Jensen was attempting to obscure his past statements in support of an abortion ban.

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Between April 22 and June 15, Becker County incurred eligible damages due to flooding caused by spring snowmelt and heavy rains. This flooding also caused damage that qualified for federal assistance for 15 other counties and four tribal nations.
Fuel terminals across the state, including those in Sauk Centre, Alexandria, Wrenshall, and Roseville are reporting shortages or outages of products, and drivers have experienced long wait times due to increased demand at terminals that do have available supply.
Last month, the public safety department announced more state patrol troopers would patrol the Twin Cities following a chaotic Fourth of July weekend in Minneapolis that left several injured.

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